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Alhumdulillah a photo sent in by our ISOC President of today’s rainbow outside the Prayer Room🙏🏼🌈 #nofilter
Jazakallah to everyone who participated in the inaugural Ouisoc Careers Conference that took place yesterday✨
This is happening tonight at 6pm. Come along to learn about the situation of our Muslim brothers and sisters in China.
The last batch of photos from our Charity Week Dinner are now up on our Facebook page!✨ #TagYourself
Thank you to everyone who came to our Charity Week Bake-off yesterday! Another big thank you to all our star bakers💫🍰Charity Week is still underway and we’d love to see you at our dinner event this Sunday! Visit our Facebook page for more info!✨ 📷: Sister Multi
Salam Everyone, My name is Ibrahim and I am a second year PPEist at St. Hughs. In the few hours of spare time I have away from my degree (not) I organise brothers socials and deal with any welfare issues, so please do not ever feel any hesitation to contact about anything and everything. Please also let me know if you have any ideas for our socials, and any other suggestions/questions/advice are most welcome. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Kicking off Charity Week 2018, we climbed Mount Snowdon (the highest peak in England and Wales) to fundraise for Islamic Relief, an incredible charity that supports children in the most afflicted areas around the world. We would be very grateful for anything you wish to contribute - check our our fundraising page! cw2018.everydayhero.com/uk/oxford-university-isoc Also we have a lot more photos on our Facebook page so head there if you want to see them! #nofilter #charityweek #snowdon #climbedit #alhumdulillah
Beyond Bilal: Black History in Islam by Mustafa Briggs, is a presentation and lecture series that aims to explore and uncover the deep routed relationship between Islam and Black History; from Black Prophets and prominent figures in the Qur'an, to the unknown black Sahaba and scholars of the early generations, the history of Islam in Africa, and the legacy of contemporary African Islamic Scholarship and its role in the International Relations of the Muslim World. • • Tomorrow 6pm at Oriel College
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Salams, I’m Sophie, a second year biomedic at St Edmund Hall. I am the isoc’s disabilities rep. I work on behalf of Isoc brother and sisters with mental health conditions, physical disabilities, sensory impairments, chronic illnesses, SpLDs and cognitive, developmental and learning disabilities. Please get in touch for support, accessibility requirements or general chats about disability theory. I love talking about the intersection between faith and disability! I’m also happy to chat about non-disability related things. I love knitting, and adore my pet cats Ayrie and Skyie. I’m a crazy cat lady; I’ll happily send you photos of my kitties if that would cheer you up on a bad day! Contact: email@example.com A photograph of Sophie in a wood. She is wearing a red hijab, white shirt and blue tinted glasses. She is sitting in a purple wheelchair on a path through trees. Text on the image reads “Meet Sophie, our disabilities welfare officer”.